85-Year-Old Man Dies After Being Severely Beaten In Downtown LAAuthorities say an 85-year-old man died Monday after being severely beaten in downtown Los Angeles.
Series Of Chain Reaction Crashes Slow Traffic On 110 Freeway In DowntownTraffic backed up for miles following at least two collisions involving several vehicles on Interstate 110 in downtown Los Angeles.
Child Injured When Homeless Man Tries Grabbing Him Outside Disney Concert Hall In Downtown LAThe suspect is in custody.
LA Kings Bringing Back Outdoor Ice Rink At L.A. LiveLos Angeles' largest outdoor ice rink is reopening at L.A. Live for the holiday season.
Suspect Allegedly Shoots Co-Worker To Death In Downtown LA Office BuildingThe gunman fled on foot and it at large, according to the LAPD.
Suspect Arrested In Bomb Threat At Downtown LA BankA bank robbery suspect was in custody Monday following a bomb threat at a bank in downtown Los Angeles.
Only On 2: Attempted Jewelry Store Heist Caught On Video With Alleged Thief Trying To Hide Ring In 'Intimate' SpotThe woman tried to flee. But, not before attempting to put the diamond ring "in a very personal part of her body."
Only On 9: Stabbing Victim At Downtown Loft Party Speaks Out After Spending Months In HospitalNo one was expecting violence. But violence showed up uninvited.
Downtown LA High-Rise Flooded By Broken Water Pipe Is Yellow-TaggedA broken pipe sent water cascading down 25 floors of a downtown Los Angeles high-rise forcing resident to evacuate on Monday.
Both Landmark And Museum, The Broad Joins Contemporary Art Scene In Downtown LABillionaire philanthropist Eli Broad gives his latest gift to Los Angeles in the form of a $140 million museum built to hold some of the greatest pop-art works ever created. It opens in the city's burgeoning downtown cultural center on Sunday.
LA Kicks Off Global Competition To Redesign Pershing SquareOfficials have officially announced the launch of an international design competition to re-envision Pershing Square, the historic five-acre park in the heart of downtown L.A.
March Hotter Than May? Weird Weather Marks 'Reverse Spring' In Downtown LAThings are a little backward in Southern California, at least weather-wise.